Do disagreements among theists invalidate theism
Skeptics often point out that theists disagree on a great many things -- the nature of God, the inspiration of the Bible or the Koran, and so forth. They say, "How can theism be true when there is so much disagreement among theists?" Is this a valid objection, though? I don't think so, and here's why.
Mixed BagAre there any blind spots in your life?